Renewable energy sources and systems, including biomass

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Post date: 15 Feb 2010
Type: Ereignis

TRANSOL 3 proposes installation schemes which the user selects as a function of the type of installation (solar hot water, space heating, swimming pools, industrial process, solar cooling) and the type of use (individual, collective, multi-dwelling). A step-by-step assistant helps the user to choose the most appropriate scheme and to input the main parameters.
Post date: 12 Feb 2010
Type: Tool

Features : - Models a complete domestic solar hot water system (collectors, storage, heat exchanger, auxiliary heating, circuit) - Multi-level user interface adapted to the system complexity - Monthly energy efficiency calculation - Takes collector masks into account
Post date: 12 Feb 2010
Type: Tool

This new software was developed in collaboration with the French Agency for Environment and Energy Management (ADEME). The tool is based on dynamic simulation (one hour time step) with TRNSYS. Six solar domestic hot water systems configurations are available : - External heat exchanger and remote auxiliary system - External heat exchanger and integrated auxiliary system - External heat exchanger and remote & instantaneous auxiliary system - Alternative for solar tank draw off
Post date: 12 Feb 2010
Type: Tool

Organised by European Commission's Directorate General for Energy, the European Agency for Competitiveness and Innovation, the European Institutions, major energy actors and private companies, the EUSEW is the key annual event of the Sustainable Energy Europe Campaign and the reference point for sustainable energy issues in Europe. So far over 100 events are being organised in Brussels and all over Europe, and many more will come. Take a week to change tomorrow: come to the EU Sustainable Energy Week 2010 and you will enter the European network of best energy solutions.
Post date: 2 Feb 2010
Type: News